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Eliminate the Risk of Compliance Fines with Cisco and CSPi

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Seminar Highlights

This security seminar presents a new security solution that will allow you to:

Gain complete insight.  Identify impacted records and have evidentiary proof required for data privacy compliance regulations, like GDPR, PCI DSS, HIPPA and 23 NYCRR 500.

Focus efforts, act faster. Reduce incident response with rapid breach identification and complete investigation in days.

Reduce complexity. Get automated threat conversation extractions that allow for a complete investigation in days.

Perform better analysis. Pivot around events and use the information to look at what other critical data an intruder or malicious insider may have attempted to access.

Achieve enterprise-wide security. Make critical data impenetrable to breaches while securing a DevOps environment, improving application performance, and decreasing deployment costs.


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The financial and legal consequences of noncompliance of data privacy regulations are increasing in frequency and severity. For example, Uber is being sued by for delayed notification, Equifax has been served with a 50-state class-action lawsuit, and Anthem Blue Cross agreed to pay $115 million to settle a class-action lawsuit.

Traditional security approaches do not provide effective data protection. Considering most InfoSec teams receive 5,000 intrusion alerts per day, it’s not surprising that 66% of breaches take months, if not years, to discover.

With Cisco and CSPi’s security solutions, InfoSec teams receive an automated email alert  while the breach is happening. Not only does this notification verify the breach but it also includes an extraction file containing detailed conversations between affected devices. Within hours, InfoSec teams can complete the breach investigation and have concrete evidence into which records were impacted - critical to avoid data privacy compliance fines and defend against legal proceedings.